The Politics and Persecution of Controlled Drinking and Drug Use
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- Peele, S. (1986), Denial of reality and freedom in addiction research and treatment. Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in the Addictive Behaviors, 5, 149-166.
- Peele, S. (1990), Why and by whom the American alcoholism treatment industry is under siege. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 22, 1-13.
- Peele, S. (1991), Herbert Fingarette, radical revisionist: Why are people so upset with this retiring philosopher? In M.I. Bockover (Ed.), Rules, rituals and responsibility: Essays dedicated to Herbert Fingarette. LaSalle, IL: Open Court, pp. 37-53.
- Peele, S. (1992), Alcoholism, politics, and bureaucracy: The consensus against controlled-drinking therapy in America. Addictive Behaviors, 17, 49-62.
- Peele, S. (1983, April), Through a glass darkly: Can some alcoholics learn to drink in moderation? Psychology Today, pp. 38-42.
- Peele, S. (1985, hiver). Au plus profond d'un verre. Psychotropes, Vol. II, No. 1, pp. 23-25.
- Peele, S. (2000, November), After the crash. Reason, pp. 41-44.